Oysterling fungus on a nettle stem.
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No interactions present.
C variabilis and C cesati are virtually identical in the field and need microscopic examination to tell them apart. It could be C epibryus if about 1.5 cm as it is growing on a herbaceous stem.
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Well I am a bore too then but mine is usually about Russula it may be best to just put genus down and the thought of which one in the description section.
Fair enough - thanks for the advice; I will do that in future.
Lat/Lng: 51.2918, 0.1763
OS grid ref: TQ518569